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Sam Nunberg's Spectacle Prompts an Ethical Debate

It's not often that a news host feels compelled to ask a guest if he's been drinking, but that bizarre scenario unfolded Monday night as former Trump aide Sam Nunberg made the rounds of cable shows to complain about Robert Mueller's subpoena of him. On Tuesday, Charlie Gasparino of Fox...

Online Helped Wanted Ads declined 3.8 percent in February

Online advertised vacancies decreased 185,700, or 3.8 percent, to 4,717,600 in February, according to The Conference Board Help Wanted OnLine® (HWOL) Data Series released today. The January Supply/Demand rate stands at 1.36 unemployed...Show More Summary

Attorneys Battle Over Arbitration Claims After Stormy Daniels Sues Donald Trump Over “Hush Agreement” – Update

UPDATED with attorneys’ statements, 4:35 PM: The attorneys for Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen — who is President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer — are commenting about what Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ said in her White House press briefing today. Show More Summary


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Study: Lenient Patent Examiners May Have Caused Patent Trolls

Who gave birth to the dreaded Patent Troll? Was it Greed? Was it Opportunity? Was it the Jabberwocky? No, according to a new study, it was the Lenient Patent Examiner. Patent trolls, economists say, were born at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.......

'Flexitarians' are the real challenge

In the latest Farmers Weekly a 'Cotswold farmer' argues that the vegan movement can be defeated by a lack of publicity. 'I would suggest that we as farmers stop trying to justify our industry and ignore the vegan militia. The press will...Show More Summary

Ian Harding & Jose Pablo Cantillo Join Ilene Chaiken & Melissa Scrivner Love’s Fox Drama Pilot

Pretty Little Liars alum Ian Harding and Jose Pablo Cantillo (Taken) are set as series regulars opposite Katie Holmes in Fox's FBI drama pilot from former Empire showrunner Ilene Chaiken and Melissa Scrivner Love, 20th Century Fox TV and 3 Arts. Written by Chaiken and Love, the untitled drama (fka Mrs. Show More Summary

How to Collect Donor Data Without Being Annoying

Do you worry you’re being too intrusive when you ask for information about your supporters? Today, Rachel Clemens shares some tips on getting that information the right way. ~Kristina Guest Post by Rachel Clemens of Mighty Citizen One...Show More Summary

BigLaw Stress and Pot Blamed for Lawyer's Illegal Antics

Get out your tiny violin because this one's a doozy. The former government, turned BigLaw, attorney that made headlines for trying to sell DOJ complaints to the companies being investigated, sought the mercy of the court in a sentencing memorandum filed last week. The memorandum describes the situation as......

Women in News: Reshaping the media industry from within

So much has changed for women this past year that there has never been a more opportune time to talk about the need to reshape media leadership from within. Read more...

CoreLogic: January home prices up 0.5 percent from December and 6.6 percent year-on-year

According to the CoreLogic HPI, January home prices nationally increased 0.5 percent from December and 6.6 percent year-on-year. Looking ahead, the CoreLogic HPI Forecast indicates that the national home-price index is projected to increase...Show More Summary

Trumka Celebrates Pope Francis' Fifth Anniversary

Trumka Celebrates Pope Francis' Fifth Anniversary AFL-CIO Ahead of the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis' election, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka praised the pontiff’s leadership and legacy, in an event at Seton Hall University. He was joined by Cardinal Joseph Tobin, archbishop of Newark; Gov. Show More Summary

The Worst False DMCA Notice I’ve Seen

Deliberately false DMCA notices are, fortunately, very rare. However, even among the exceptions, Richard La Ruina (the mind behind Super Seducer) stands out as misguided and dangerous. The post The Worst False DMCA Notice I’ve Seen appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

NYPD’s Top Detective On Harvey Weinstein Rape Probe: “Quite A Bit Of Evidence” Gathered, Next Steps Up To D.A.

In a press conference about the overall state of crime in New York City, the police department’s top detective said “quite a bit of evidence” has been gathered in the investigation into allegations Harvey Weinstein raped actress PazShow More Summary

Florida teacher drops N-word in class and tells white girls not to date black boys: ‘They’re not worth it’

More of what the Trump Era has unleashed in the classroom: Florida teacher drops N-word in class and tells white girls not to date black boys: ‘They’re not worth it’: A Florida middle school teacher has been suspended after students told the administration that he made racist remarks in class last year. Show More Summary

5 Considerations for Your #NPCOMM Professional Development Plan

  Earlier today on Facebook Live (watch the recording now), I shared five considerations for creating a professional development plan in the nonprofit communications and marketing field. #1: Live Your Life in Draft. This doesn’t mean that everything stays hidden in draft and never published. Show More Summary

Name Change Appeal Fails Due to Citizenship Conundrum

A transgender individual seeking a name change in Indiana has been denied that right by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. However, the court did not rule against the individual person so much as they rigidly applied the law to the case at hand, as this was no ordinary......

Swiss reject motion to scrap public broadcasting licence fee

A large majority of Swiss voters rejected a proposal to do away with the mandatory licence fee that provides some 75 percent of funding for the country’s public broadcaster. Read more...

Gallup: Americans not quite ready yet for self-driving cars and trucks

According to Gallup, by some estimates, 10 million self-driving vehicles will be on the road worldwide by 2020. However, Americans are currently skeptical of using the technology. More than half of the U.S. public (54%) says it is not likely to use the vehicles. Show More Summary

Don’t Let Wall Street Profiteers Scare You: Trade Enforcement ? Trade War

Don’t Let Wall Street Profiteers Scare You: Trade Enforcement ? Trade War The steel and aluminum industries have been under attack by predatory trade practices. For too long, elected official have talked about the problem, but taken little action. Show More Summary

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